Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 2, 1932 · Page 8
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i * ^ i. .~T /1—*v .. "Li3I?:ffi3. i .—IL *--.•.-'.—a— -i—1 CHALLENGE OF RURAL PASTOR , IS ACCEPTED Sounds Strong Plea for Turner, Clark, and Gilchrist. By W. C! Dewcl. There are six republican and five democratic candidates for U. S. eenator in next Monday's primaries: Republican—Senator Brookhart; 'Louis H. Cook and George Cosson, Des Moines; L. 13. Eickelberg, Waterloo; Henry Field; Glenn C. Haynes, secretary of the Iowa Go.od Roads association. Democratic—Fred P. iHagemnnn, Waverly; N. G. Kraschel, Harlan; Chas. F. Lytle, Sioux City; Daniel F. Steck, Ottumwa. Eickelberg, a former state senator, has a crack-brained political platform which nobody else understands; he is impossible. I regard Field and Haynes as political stalking horses brought out to keep Brookhart from getting the 35 per cent required to nominate in the This ia the answer to a complaint and plea Tuesday by the Rev. A. H. Wood, Good Hope Methodist pastor. "Two years ago," he said, "AFTER the primaries, you criticised the evident ignorance with which the great majority ot voters voted for candidates for state offices, particularly offices below the governorship and excepting congressman. I think you ought now to state your choice BEFORE the primaries or else hold your peace afterwards." primary — 'Field innocently, Haynes knowingly. I think highly of Cosson, but I do not believe that he represents prevailing Iowa sentiment. I wanted to vote for Cook, 'but he has no chance. I disagree violently with Brookhart on many questions, but I am going to vote for him because I distrust sinister influences against him. I think that if I were a democrat I should support Steck on the ground that he has the best chance of election. ' Turner, Herring for Governor. • For governor the republican candidates are Governor Turner, Dr. J. W. Kime, Fort Dodge, Otto Lange, Dubuque, and Louis J. Kehoe, Wellman. No use wasting time here. Kehoe is unknown, and Kime and ILange are both politically crack- ibrained. Governor Turner will receive all but the "nut" vote. The democratic candidates are Clyde Xi. .flerring-, Des Moines; L. W. Housel, .IHumboldt, a former candidate; and .ILouis E. Roddewig, Davenport. If I •were voting democratic I would .choose Herring. t Clark for Lieutenant-Governor The republican candidates for Illewtenant governor are Sen. C. F. •Clark, Cedar Rapids, and Sen. O. P. IBeanett, Mapleton. My views in favor of Senator Clark ought to be well known, since I have for many weeks been editorially advocating his nomination.: Clark's record in support of tax reduction, tax reform, and the state income tax is clear; Bennett's, to say the least, equivocal. Anyone who believes in Turner's program must support Clark. The fact that every wealthy interest is opposing Clark and supporting 1 Bennett is significant. Senator Patterson is for Clark. The lieutenant governorship is important because the lieutenant' governor will appoint the senate committees without whose favorable action it is practically impossible to bring any bill before the senate. Senator Bennett is apparently not popular In his own county of Monona. He has been elected to the senate twice, but both times Monona county voted against him. The Cooperative Public Ownership League of Mapleton, his home town, broadcast a letter early in the week, signed by Its president and secretary, stating that he had appeared aa the attorney of interests seeking to prevent the establishment of a municipal light and power plant at Mapleton. The writers of this letter say they have been "forced to the conclusion that Senator Bennett is being supported and financed in his campaign by the corporation and 'Utility interests to such an extent as might place him under obligatoins to them, either in the appointment of committees or in other legislation." Senator Clark has publicly stated that in his 38 years of law practice he Sias never represented a public utility corporation in court. The democratic candidates are [Francis G. Cutler, Des Moines, and T. R, Osborne, New Sharon. I know nothing of either. Fischer for State Auditor. There is no primary fight on secretary of state. The republican candidate is the incumbent, G. C Greenwalt; the democratic candidate, Mrs. Alex' Miller, of Washington, la. There are five republican candidates for state auditor: the incumbent, J. W. Long; J. V. Lemley whom Long fired as deputy; Kar W. Fischer, Vinton; C. 'E. Kringel Atlantic; H. A. Darting, Glenwood 1 know nothing- of Darting and little of Fischer and Kringel. Lonj, and Lemley are impossible because of the recent disclosures of petty peculations which caused Governor Turner to suspend Long from of flee. -Fischer seems to be the besi bet, and, I am voting for him. He has been district court clerk in Benton county, is highly endorsed and seems to have the lead in newspaper support. The democratic candidates are Ed Bacbman, Maason; 'Edgar F. Medary, Waukon; W. M. 6haw. Newton; C. W. Storms, Fort Madison. I know nothing of any of Jfcera. Tteunmr Johnson and O. K. Maben, Garner. Johnson was reported arrested last summe for driving while intoxicated, though I believe he got off on a technical ity. I .think he disgraced his office and I shall therefore vote agains him. Maben is secretary of th Hancock county mutual. His chie handicap seems to be that he was member of the Garner clique whicl sprang a coup of doubtful propriety and moved the Hancock Farm Bu reau office from Brltt to Garner thereby bringing about a spll which greatly weakened the Farm Bureau. The democratic candidates are E J. Riegel, Rock Rapids, and Leo'J Wesman, Carroll. I know nothing of Riegel, but if I were, voting democratic I would with pleasure support Wegman, a former Sexton railroad operator, later a St. Benedlc banker, who has often manifested his continued interest in the ok home by coming back for visits and who still has many warm friends in Kossuth. • ... Fletcher for Attorney General. The republican candidates" for attorney general are the incumbent John Fletcher, and Walter A. Newport, Davenport. I am for Fletcher, because (1) his loyalty to,Governor Turner's program is known; (2) his standing at the bar is good; and (3) the "old guard," including nearly If not quite all the wealthy newspapers, is against him. Newport is a likeable young man, but unprejudiced opinion appears to rate him not up to the job. The 'democratic candidates are Edw. L. OX3onnor, Iowa City, once a Burt teacher; D. Myron Tripp, Newton; C. E. Walters, Toledo. I make no recommendation. Other State Candidates. There are five republican .candidates for railroad commissioner and two democratic candidates. All of them are unknowns here, and Kossuth voters on both sides of the fence will have to choose blindly. Mrs. Miriam P. Johnson, Iowa Falls, Guy M. Lambert, 'Newton, and Mark G. Thornburg, Emmetsburg, are the republican candidates for secretary of agriculture. Thornburg, who holds the office now,'has a good record, and besides, he is our neighbor. I know of no good reason why he should not have the support of all Kossuth republicans^ I am not informed concerning the other candidates. The democratic candidates are Ray Murray, Buffalo Center, and Ralph W. 'Smith, Newton. Murray, who is Kossuth's near neighbor in Winnebago county, Is a prominent Legionnaire, and he ought. I think,, to receive this county's democratic vote. Gilchrist for Congress. For congress in the eighth district Congressman Gilchrist, of Laurens, whose father was an early-day Algona educator, should, and doubtless will, receive practically universal support among Kossuth republicans. This is his first session of congress, and without exception his speeches and votes have represented the prevailing sentiment in the district. There is no doubt of either his renomination or reelec- :ion, but there rfre two other repub- ican candidates, both of Fort Dodge and both unknowns, Clara Evenson and H. P. Sandberg. The democratic candidates are iV. T. Branagan, Emmetsburg, and John A. Hull, Boone. Hull is not known here. Branagan is the son of Editor W. I. Branagan, of the mmetsburg Democrat, and Is associated with his father in business. ".t I were voting democratic I should ue highly pleased to support Branagan. Senator Patterson is a candidate 'or renomination without opposition, and B. F. MoFartand, West Bend, s the only democratic candidate. For representative there is also one candidate on each ticket: J. C. Hawdsley, Irvingtpn, republican; A. H. Bonnstetter, incumbent, democratic. MRS, JOS, BANWART, WEST BEND, STRICKEN AND DIES West Bend, May 31—Funeral services were held Thursday, May 19, at the Apostolic church, northeast of town, for Mrs. Jos. Banwart, 07, who died of a stroke. After she was married she lived for a time north of Ottosen, then in Girfield township, Kossuth county, till last February, when she and her husband moved to a new home in town. Besides her husband, she left II children, including one adopted son, and 61 grandchildren. Children in this neighborhood are Mrs. William Metzger, Paul P., and Jos. M., Nathan and -Silas, Mrs. EU Grimm, Mrs. Reuben Anliker, and Ben J. Among many from elsewhere attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Habeger, Mr. and Mrs. George Banwart and a son, Martin -Bonnstetter, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Berte, Mr. and Mrs. Scharlach, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt, all of Algona. 4 H. S. Books Catalogued. Supt. Overmyer and the high school teachers completed cataloging the high school library of approximately 2000 volumes Monday. It was no small task, acording to Mr. Overmyer, and in recognition of work well done he and Mrs. Overmyer entertained the teachers at an Ambrose A. Call state park picnic that evening. « Bail Falls; Leg Broken. Wesley, May 31—While new rails for the Milwaukee were -being lowered from a train by crane last week Wednesday, a workman on the ground who was helping place them along the track edge, suffered a broken leg. He was taken to the Kossuth hospital, Algona. Shower Honors Frances Dnhlgg— Frances Messer and Minnie ' J! Coate entertained at a one o'clock luncheon at the Messer home at Humboldt' Saturday fn honor of Frances Duhigg, Emmetsburg, a teacher here, who will be marriet soon to E. C. McMahon, Algona attorney. A three-course luncheon was served at two tables centered with Maypoles, and a color scheme o rose and green was carried out in the decorations and table accessories. The ' afternoon hours were spent informally. The guests were 12 local high school teachers, Mrs J. F. Overmyer, Mrs. Frank McMahon, and Miss Duhigg's mother Mrs. Chas. Duhlgg. The group presented the honoree with a set ol silver candelabras and a silver bowl Each guest also gave a kitchen utensil. meeting will be held at Bernice De Boer's June 9, Evening Party Next Week— The first afternoon woman's party at the Country club clubhoiise was held Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. W. B. Quarton, Mrs. H, R. Cowan, Mrs. J. T. Chrischllles, and Mrs. A. L. Peterson as hostesses. Bridge was played at six tablos, Mrs. J. L. Bonar and Mrs. R. H. Spencer' winning the high scores. The next evening party will be held next Tuesday night, and will oe a dinner followed by bridge and clanc- ng. Dinner reservations must be made by Monday night. Hosts and lostesses are: Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg, Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Mr. and Mi's. M. H. Falken- lainer, Mr. and Mrs. John Frankl, VIr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Louise Magnusson, and Lucia WaUaco. n Verne Girls In Meeting:— The Lu Verne -Loyal Workers met it Cora Mae Masterson's Saturday, and roll call was answered with uggestions- for a pillow, 14 members attending. Music Memory blanks vere handed around and the girls rote the titles as they listened to he selections broadcast from Wat- rloo. The girls decided to send the )lanks to the station, as requested. The rest of the club's program folows: talk on a cool bedroom and low achieved, Marvel Davidson; health talk, Why I Should Drink Milk, Virgil Hardcopf; health exer- ises conducted by Cordelia <Ristau. 'wo mothers attended the meeting. The next meeting will -be at Cordelia Ristau's June 24. *ate tre**urw B, didat Enters «U» Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Gunder drove to Des Moines last Thursday, anc Mrs, Gunder thence went by train to Iowa City to enter the university hospital preparatory to an operation, for the removal of a tumor. Car is Pitched. Wesley, May 31—A Butek car was overturned at the half-mile corner north of Wesley Sunday evening and it is said that the occupants, an elderly couple from Hartley, were badly Shower Honors Sexton Girl;— A miscellaneous shower in honor of Ila Olsen, Sexton, was given Friday by Mrs. Stanley Gardner, Mrs. A. R. Gardner, and Mrs. Arthur "Benschoter. Ila was married yesterday to Leslie Huff, Sexton. The entertainment at the shower consisted of contests and writing a book of hints and favorite recipes by the guests. The bride's gifts were hidden 'In seven boxes about the house, and she had to search for :hem. In Monday's box were wasft things; In Tuesday's, ironing equipment; In Wednesday,s mending; in Thursday's, shopping; In Friday's, cleaning; In Saturday's, baking-; and 1 n Sunday's, primping. Vivian Fatter Is Married- Vivian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter, was married Sunday- morning to Alvln Nelson, Ringsted. The ceremony was performed by ;he Rev. A. English at the Casey- Loss home, where Mr. English now makes his h-ome. The witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Ix>ss. After the cere^ mony breakfast was served at the jrids's home, and Immediately afterwards the couple went to Sioux- City to visit Mr. Nelson"* sister, VIrs. James Nelson. They returned Vtonday and are now at ftome at Ringsted, where. Mr- Nelson is a mechanic In the Fink garage. Party Honors Boy's Birthday— Roger, 2-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen, reached his second birthday anniversary Saturday, and In honor of the event his parents entertained Mr. Didrlksen's sister, Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler, her children, Earl, Wayne, and Virginia r Mrs. Dldrlfcsen's sister, .Mrs. F. L. Thorpe, her children, Eleanor, Russell, and Larry-Dick; Mr. Didrlk- sen's mother, Mrs. Martm Didriksen; Mrs. E. J. Skinner; and two other sisters, Mrs. (Prank Seeley and Kate Skinner, at dinner Saturday night. Centenary Class Has Picnic— The Methodist Centenary class held its annual picnic at the Amarose A. Call state park on Memorial day. A covered-dish dinner was served at noon. Tee cream and coffee were furnished free. Ball and other games furnished afternoon entertainment. The Rev. C. V. Hulse counted 115 persons in attendance. The committee in vharge consisted of Messrs, and Mesdames Jewell M. Patterson, chairmen, Loyd Muckey, Lawrence Crawford, Samuel Kuhn, and Albert Grosenbach. Tri-Clty Benefit Party Given— The St. Thomas Guild will meet at Mrs. Fred Ward's next week Thursday. A benefit bridge party was given at Mrs. H. E. Woodward's, Whittemore, last Thursday There were three tables of Whittemore players, one of Emmetsburg players, and four of Algona players Mrs. F. D. Mathes, Algona, won the high score, and a travel prize was won by Mrs. Peter Waldron. Corwtth Club Plcnlcks Here— The Corwith Woman's club held an annual picnic at the Ambrose A Call state park last week Tuesday After a picnic dinner the annua business meeting took place an< committee' reports were given. A nature study followed, after which the _women ransacked the park in an efforts to find birds and flowers studied. Wesley Girls' Club Meets— The Wesley Willing Workers 4-H club met at Helen Kent's Saturday and six members answered roll call with names of state parks and lo cations. The annual girls' state convention will be held June 26-?$ and frederika Girres wilt be th> getefftt* Th» n«?t t Shower for Mildred Kntsclinra— Mildred Kutschara, former Sexton girl who'se parents now > live at Clear Lake, was the 'honoree there last Thursday night -at a miscellaneous shower given'by two young Women. Miss Kutschara Is shortly to wed Oscar Amundsen* of Clear Lake. Seniors Breakfast at. Farlc— TTie high school seniors had a 6 o'clock breakfast at the Ambrose A. Call state park Saturday tnornlng, served In the shelter house by the rest of the high'school. Games were played following breakfast. Marilyn Tweet Nine? Partyi— •Marilyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Tweet, west State street, entertained ten girl friends Saturday afternoon In celebration of her ninth birthday.. The guests played games, and lunch was served. . Other Society. The, Get-Togethers 'met .last week Wednesday for .luncheon and bridge with Mrs. A. L. Peterson, Mrs.; J. F. Overmyer won the high score. Mrs. W. .B. Quarton was a guest of the club. Mrs. Kermit Setchell and Mrs. H. B. White entertained at three tables of bridge last .week Wednesday night. Mrs. H. A. French, Titonka, and Mrs. H. M. Smith won the high scores. A number of local Eastern Stars will go to Esthervllle tomorrow to attend a_ district meeting at the new Bsthervflle school building. A meet- Ing of the local lodge will be held next Tuesday evening . • Mrs. J. M. Herbst entertained her bridge club' last week Wednesday night. Contract bridge was played at three tables, Mrs. T. H. Chrls- chilles winning .the high score. Mrs. Walter Lorenz was a club guest. The Legion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 at the legion hall. iOCALS PROGRAMS CLOSE SCHOOL YEAR HERE The Eighth grade English, clubs presented a miniature replica, 28 nches high, of the Statue of Liberty to the junior high school library Friday afternoon. At the same time :he seventh grade' presented three rooks: Guards the Son of Cop, Escaping the Mohawks, and Jaaumpa, he Silver Fox. John Christensen presented the statue for the eighth rade, and Glendora Burbank rep- •esented the seventh grade. The seventh grade Watch-Our- Speech English club gave a program Tor parents last week Tuesday af- :ernoon in the music room of the high school building. Pupils gave short talks, then other students criticized the English used, and In turn the critic was criticized by the ^resident of the club, Ruth Butts. The club is under-the direction of Vtiss Coon, seventh grade English nstrcretoT. A capacity crowd heard 1 a public school music festival at the high school auditorium Friday evening. "Trade* children, with a. number of pupils from primary classes, the unior high school and the high school' glee clubs, and the. H. S. orchestra, gave selections under the direction of Grace Miner and D. Wane- eofllns. Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Carey spent the week-end with the former's brother George at Minneapolis. Mr. Carey wdrks at the local bakery. Eva .Peterson, employed by' the receiver of a bank at. Rockford, 111., spent the week-end with her" parents, Mr. .and Mrs. O. J. Peterson. W. R, Flemmlng, Forest City, his son Donald, and daughters Gertrude and Dorothy, and Andrew- Conlon, Chicago, spent Memorial day here. H. J. Lacy, H. M. Smith, Carl Pearson,, and Dr. A. D. Adams: got home Monday night from several days of fishing' In northern Mlnne.- sota. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner, Alma Bast, arid the Max Basts attended Memorial exercises at tne Lu Verne cemetery Monday afternoon. Mrs. -Earl Tennant, of Hartley, was a Memorial day guest' of 'Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb. The late Mr. Tennant was a brother of Mrs. Chubb. Lettle, daughter, of Mrs. S. , N. Brace, drove to Algona Saturday for the week-end with her mother. She works in a ready-to-wear store at Waterloo. ' Mr. and Mrs. >L. M. Owen -have gone to Wisconsin, where they will spend a few weeks marketing Mr. Owen's preparation for cleaning windshields. '; Mrs. James Biggins and her granddaughter, Mary Catherine Cain, went home yesterday, after several days with the latter's father! Marvin Cain. The board of supervisors recently chose counting boards, judges, and :lerks for next Monday's primary ^lection. The list appears on Page 6 of today's Advance. Walter Good, local express agent, and his wife went to Spirit Lake Saturday.for Sunday with their son George and his wffe.'.George is express agent there: Mrs. S.'B. Frerrehv who spent the winter in California, will arrive-tomorrow. The H. A. Frenches, of Titonka, will meet her at Mason !ity and bring her here. . Fire from an oil stove set ablaze woodwork in a workroom at the Al- goha Ice Cream &'• Candy factory ast Thursday evening. The room s otherwise of fireproof construc- :ion. Some smoke damage was done, but employes put out. thus blaze be- 'ore the firemen arrived! The stove, which is used for drying- purposes, was thought to have been - turned out before employes left. Insurance Agency. ftttiftet -••-"••FOR RENT—SLEEPING ROOMS. Mrs. Frank Green, phone 41§- WANTED—'WORK OF ANY kind. —Mrs. T. R. Cook, B09' N, Phillips. POLAND CHINA BOAR FOR sale. Price reasonable.—Lawrence Olson. WANTED—WASHING AND iroh- ingr, also rooms for rent.—Mrs^ F. G. Hauensteln. REAL ESTATE — RENTALS— small loans—insurance. — Algona JAMES 6EEUN, VWTTEMORE, MARRIED TO FORT DODGE GIRL •Whittenrore, May SI—At Corpus hristl Catholic church in Fort 3odge last week Monday morning James B. Geejan, of Whlttemore, and' Mary D. ..Schflzr, of (Fort Dodge, ~nglish' teacher here> for six years, were married. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Father Edward" Masterson. The bride was beauti'fuHy gowned 1 in white, with dress of cut work and short jacket with: bracelet sleeves trimmed in white' fur. A three-course wedding >reakfast was served at the home of the brfde'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. SchHz, after which Mr. and Mrs. eelan left for a trip through Minnesota to Winnipeg. Good Hope 7] I————«^««•••—i—J Guests at Mrs. Henry Stelnman's and Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parr'a a week ago Sunday .were Lucille Parr, P«arl Nealson, and, Dean Perry, ol Forest City. The Iver Hultmana, Council Bluffs, were guests at Henry Engstrom's over Memorial day. Mr. Hultman is a cousin of Mr. Engstrom. Harriet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Schram, Titonka, has been a guest of her aunt, Mrs. James Knoll, ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Broesder and: their son George visited relatives at George from Saturday till Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Knoll, Algona, were all-day visitors at William Treptow'a on M.ar»ori»l day. SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON SHOE repairing and a real job.—Algona's 'Real Shoe Shop. \_14p' FOR SALE OR.EXCHANGE—Ea\ll- ty In 116 acres, Improved.:—218' S. Moore St., Algona. ',' Want Ads FOR RENT—MOBERK apartment. —Call 316-J. . 6p36tf BURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. —Phone 99. ST. BERNARD PUF> FOTE Walter Will, phone- TS-J.. 91i3'* WANTED—2 NEAT APPEARING ladles at once.—lAlgona Art Stu-' o. 10P3T-38; PUS Hm»« you ertnrork«L;oar n •r •adcBUMd troubl* wtth joor T« you p>in*lnil LCSBT'S DEUG 8TOBE. ALGONA BILL'S BARBER SHOP Located east of Johnson'!* . Variety Store. "It Pays to Look Well**- . For best In bartering: WM. J.. WEIS, Prop.. HOW TO KWtf IF YOU HAIE STOMACH ECER If you hav» stomach trouble and pain after eating, It Is venjr likely ulcer. If possible, see a dtoctor. If unable to. eojaault a doctor, try Dr.. Emil's Adla tablets and correct diet. Adla tabft»te counteract acid stomach and help to protect 'the ulcer' from iotery by food. Results are immediatav Large botttfc with free diet tnstraetlons only fa.OO—E. W. Lusby,, dbruggist. PRIVATE LESSONS Any band or orchestra instrument and piano. Call 35-J or the High School D. R. Collins VARICOSE VEINS HEALED BY HEW METHOD •No operations nor injections. "No enforced rest. This simple home treatment permits you to gp aboui your business as . us'ual-r-unleas, • 6; course, you are already so disabled as to be confined to your bed. In that case, (EJmerald Oil acts so quickly to heal your leg sores, reduce any swelling and end all pain that you are up and about again in no time. Just follow the simple directions and you are sure, to be •helped. B. W. Lusby won't your money unless you are. MODERN APARTMENT FOR rent. —Kossuth County State Bank 1 fix- amlner in Charge. lluSltf AUTOMOBILE INS U R A N C B — low rates—full coverage.—Algona Insurance Agency. 9u36tf FOR SALE—20, FALfo. FEEDING- shoats, 4 thin sows, ,1 2-row c'orh plow—Carl Hutchtns. o * irevdiveA '''/ L&test rHSd'et. less tHa« cost. Advance, , decoftibd*; Kto&tn tf6use, garftgfe, iatgeV g'ardfeh.^Cetll Hedges, <FOR or unfurnished f apartment, ' Prl* vate entrantie."*-A'lgona Real Shoe Shop. .Phone 44. , 16p38 WANTED —• BO.'OOO OUO TIRES— >Btld' Barnard at Gamble's will pay $1.00 for any old tire on the/ ptfr- chase of a G&J. tire and tube. 24-98 tbwels, new , Heavy rubber apron., L tot ' ° Ctatnble Stores, man wanted to P-.II ers m Kossuth county '° n( ence or capital nee.lwi wk day.-McNess Co., -Dent s port, 111. pc ' B > LOST—SMAIjli GOCUD RIMMED nose glasses.—"Leave at 207 Nebraska st., or phone 574. 14p3'S! FOR SAOL/E—ALL METAL- BOAT, like new, reasonably -priced.—TAn- ton Didriksen, Advance office. g37 PIANO TUNING—EXPERT AND artistic. Satisfactory references. —G. Ray Smith, 821 Elm st. FOR SALE—HOTPOINT matlc electric range. Excellent condition.—H. J. Rice, Lone Rock* Ilp37 LOST OR ESTRAYED.— BOSTON terrier. License No. 1747. Re>" ward.—'Harvey Rath, Whlttemore. • . . . 12p37 FOR SALE—.26 COLT AUTO- FREE MERCHANT'S PROFIT-SHARING TICKETS 1 ' \ THE FOLLOWING STORES IN ALGONA. Purchase 25c or more in, these stores and save hall .- . . price on Circus tickets. Circus Day, Tuesday, June? SILVER GRAY CAFE , SMOKE SHOP < , ity-f-' STATE'S CAFE LONG'S GROCERY r , PAINE & SORENSEN, Drugs ZENDER & CALDWELL, Clothiers RICHARDSON FURNITURE CO. M.'. MADSON & HANSON WM. C. STEELE, Clothier TOU CHANGS YOU« RRD routs it la Important tp QoOfir th Advance immediately, f^ paper are done up in bundle* >y route* and the carriera take out the bus djep, K yow paste* fe in Jhj9 hs ba« and Great News-- here's the sale you've been waiting for The great one-and-only i 'Where Service mod Quality Meet" only three days Thursday, Friday and Saturday June 2, 3 and 4thj Tunes may change— prosperity follow* depression — but one S?** ^S^y* «*??• $* e «*me-the great 2-FOR-ONE SALE at Chmchille. & Herbjt _^lway* you find crowds, always you tmd eager buyers, always you find bargains. i Herbst TWO-FOR-ONE SALE. Last year the lowest pried ' -•" ' Two garments for $15.00 This year you may buy TWO dresses for a. low a. .95 and $11.75. . • No New Summer Garments Are Included, Not a single Spring garment is goes 100 Spring CoaU, sizes 14 to 50. Jda r k er co ored, short of • erytbmg provided for your _"• _ . f »Ki3 i :, t ST*v^ f i

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